No. 86

“Shrove Tuesday” This year the Cook repeated his now annual offence. We however did not book him, but simply turned away in contempt and there was no “grease”. Scott was much exasperated and was determined to let the Cook get a Substitute next year. S F Lucas Prin. Opp.

No. 85

No 85 There are four Town Boys in the sixth, two of whom will compete for the Tripletts J F Lucas  H.B. Grant’s F Pownall  H.B. E Oliver  H. Grant’s W E Barnes  H. Rigo’s S F Lucas         Prin. Opp.

No. 82

The Etonians sent their usual challenge for the 15th Decr which was the night of the Last Play. We had therefore to postpone the Match until the 20th, when the Etonians were only able to bring down 8 of their Eleven, with three other present Etonians. We had decidedly the best of it as we…

No. 81

The Etonians asked us if we would lend our ground to them to play versus Civil Service. The matter was laid before Scott who went to the Dean and Chapter. They flatly refused to let any strangers play there. So I think all future applications will have to be refused. S F Lucas         Prin. Opp.

No. 79

“The Charterhouse Football match” was played on the 22nd of Nov. It was a very hard game, Westminster had the best of it but could not succeed in getting a game so the match was drawn. Football Eleven F. Lucas. Capt. Pownall. TB G. Lee TB. Eastwick TB Chapman QS. Circuitt QS. J. Dixon QS.…

No. 78

“The Athletic Sports” The first day was wet and the ground spongy. The second day was better. The Town boys were very successful taking nearly all the prizes. The took place on Nov 7th & 8th which everyone agreed was much too late. Lady Augusta Stanley gave the Mile Prize. S F Lucas         Prin. Opp.